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Woody & Paul

https://embed.spotify.com/?uri= spotify:track:6iy1tJ7uog8zdjyFROKB7R Sons of Bitches ()

Their first step away from being a blues duo and slipping into greaser-rock territory. Quite a shock if you don't expect it, but all the tropes are there. We still hear sleazy blues guitars, but this time slided and amplified, a lo-fi weirdo track and of course a touchy-feely acoustic tearjearker.

https://embed.spotify.com/?uri= spotify:track:6mCR1Z53hfZCgvw59SDOOH Work And Sing ()

This is what got me in to folk/americana. Essentially a double album with the Doel EP included. Expect eerie lo-fi folk with a ever so eery edge of psychedelics at it's borders. Heartfelt music and lyrics, performed with passion and care.

https://embed.spotify.com/?uri= spotify:track:4HHuUQO7QeHvWC4yiT5dMk Rum on Board ()

Proper seaman shanties in the minimalistic folk-roots lo-fi blues with a pure and authentic sound and feel. Songs bounce between jolly singalongs to more psychedelic mysterious ones. A lovely album to chant along with.